An archive of Internet knowledge about the Merkur XR4Ti, as well as my own experiences in maintaining and upgrading my own XR4Ti.
Chris Grayson's (of MC2Racing) Guide to a Reasonably Priced, Street Setup for Handling
Chris Grayson has been involved in Merkur XR4Ti performance for a very long time. He formed MC2Racing to provide quality performance parts t...
Hey everyone. I started this site to start to capture information about the Merkur XR4Ti and the engine that powers it, a Ford 2.3l turbo,...
The advantage to having an Electrohydraulic Power Steering (EHPS) setup is that you can pull the mechanical, belt driven pump off the engine...
DAVID GODFREY'S MANUAL CLUTCH ADJUSTER David Godfrey is somewhat of a legend in the XR4Ti circles. He was one of the first to figure out...
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Welcome to the site!
I'm new to this community, having bought my 1988 Merkur XR4Ti in December 2017, I started on a deep dive to figure out what adventure I just bought into. To the right is a picture of how I found "Franc" in North Bend, WA, about 20 miles from my house (conveniently).
I found a lot of content on the Internet, but I also saw a lot of content that was there 10 years ago that is no longer available. My goal here is to start to capture the content that's worth saving, as sort of a combined FAQ and repository of sorts. I know that the Merkur Encyclopedia and MerkurTech.com exist to help fill that same void. I hope to be complimentary to both of those sites, as well as pull in other content as well.
Domain names and hosting are cheap, or free, so I intend to keep this up for as long as there's value and use for it.
Content owners, please let me know if you want to add something to this site. I'll also be reaching out to anyone who has content posted, to ask for permission to share and/or link to it from here, with full attribution.
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